Harm Caused By College Students
There are numerous colleges and universities throughout Arizona, with tens of thousands of attendees. With college students often having a reputation of being slightly out-of-control at times and being influenced by friends or groups, many crimes are committed by college students.
Unfortunately, they fail to recognize the impact that the crime may have on the victim. When financial and physical damages occur, the student or students may be liable for compensating the victim for their losses.
At the Law Office of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys, PLLC, in Tucson, Arizona, we confidently handle all types of cases in which college students have committed crimes that resulted in damages. Our representation is focused on the victim of the crime and taking action for harm caused by college students. Since our firm concentrates its attention on victims’ rights, we are able to handle nearly all types of college student crime cases, such as alcohol-related accidents, on behalf of the victims. Contact us today to discuss your specific situation of harm caused by college students during a free initial consultation.
Vandalism and theft are two of the more common property crimes that may be committed by a college student or group of students. We can have the damages assessed, collect evidence and construct a lawsuit in order to recover money, property or compensation for the losses.
Assault and Fights
If an assault or fight was the result of a college student’s unruliness, drinking or aggression, it may be possible to sue the student and his or her family for compensation. Assaults can be very serious, leaving an adult or another college student with severe physical injuries and medical bills.
We Can Help
College students must be held accountable for their actions and the harm they cause to others. Contact the Law Office of Southern Arizona Crime Victim Attorneys to schedule a free initial consultation. Call us locally at 520-628-8878 or 520-323-4559.
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